When your home in London becomes too small or doesn’t suit your needs any more, you have three options. Two of them are: do nothing (leave everything as is – somehow will survive) or relocate, move into a bigger, better property. However, the latter option very often is not available given the economy situation and credit crunch.
Before commencing any full or partial home refurbishment, it is essential to plan ahead, divide and do the project in stages. This way work will be carried out quicker and smoother, avoiding any unforeseen jobs and misunderstandings or even damages to already finished parts of the project. After you have taken care isolating the work place from other premises (not affected by the project), stripped out or demolished what has to be taken down, rubbish removed and made work place tidy, the property renovation project begins.
When it comes to painting decorating, choosing paint color can really be a challenge. There are so many color choices, so many brands, finishes that it seems, everyone should easily pick the one that is best suited – but in reality you may end up feeling that there are so many choices you don't know where to start!
So, you finally have all the funds, plans and permits necessary to start the so long awaited and dreamed of your london home renovation, house extension project, or even building of a new house. The final result of any building project depends on the workforce that implements your vision. Whether the project is a full or partial renovation or a new build, you have three options: hire a building contractor, individual tradesmen to carry out different project stages (and become yourself a contractor) or do-it-yourself.